Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Thu, 05/05/2016 - 05:29
"The Pagani Huayra Pearl, 1 of 1, sets new standards in terms of custom built. It is the result of a combination between art and science, design and technology, form and function. It is the very first example of a custom made Huayra specifically built for one customer." - this is a short description of the One Off Huayra Pearl.
The changes that set the car apart from the usual models, is the roof scoop, the splited spoiler and an active diffuser for the rear.
How much would you pay for the very last Zonda model, ever? Until you check your balance, all 5 units have already been sold out, as the owners agreed to pay 2.2M euro to own the last Zonda that leaves the Pagani production doors.
So, a car that weights 1070kg, packs a V12 6.0L engine which develops 800HP and 730NM torque it just blasts through, everything.
Submitted by Matthew Law on Tue, 09/18/2012 - 01:03
Here's a project I completed today - Pagani Zonda R customized by yours truly. First, you'll notice a lot of the decals have been removed to keep the body clean. Second, the wheels have been swapped out for ADV10.01SL lightweight series wheels, finished in metallic gloss bronze. The wheels are 20" in the front and 21" in the rear wrapped in of course, custom tires. As opposed to the naked carbon fiber, the body was finished in gloss black, making it simply sinister. Less talk, more pictures, enjoy!
Visit my site: http://www.matthewlaw.ca/ for more work.
Submitted by Dan Buzdugan on Sun, 03/04/2012 - 13:25
China is an upcomming country, and although they don't have much to say in the supercarbusiness, they sure like to collect them!
Last week the SIC Club Challenge was held at the F1 circuit in Shanghai. And did they bring it...! The place was filled excotics! Ferraris, Porsches, Lamborghinis. You name it, they had it!
In here 'normal' supercars like the Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari Enzo and the Lamborghini Murcielago SV are trumped by uber exclusive hypercars with names like Veyron SuperSport, One-77, Zonda R, Agera,...!